The University of Tulsa men's basketball team has picked up a new transfer.
On Tuesday evening, Charlotte men’s basketball player Curran Scott posted a statement to Twitter that read:
“I would like to thank Coach Price and his staff for giving me the opportunity to play for Charlotte this year. I would also like to thank the fans here in Charlotte for supporting us night in and night out. This was the start of something very special this year. I enjoyed growing with this team and gaining a second family. The experiences I had this past year will never be forgotten. I want to thank everyone who invested their time and efforts into not only my basketball career but me as a person during my time here. This has not been an easy decision for me whatsoever. At this point in time, my family and I think it would be best for me to leave Charlotte and pursue an opportunity closer to home at the University of Tulsa. Excited to be a part of the Tulsa basketball family and ready for [what] the future holds. Thank you and God bless.”
The Edmond Memorial alumni shot 43 percent from three-point range as a freshman.
It's been a pleasure having you as a teammate & also friend this year. I wish you the absolute best moving forward. https://t.co/xcKQ9V1hLb— Andrien Jaire' White (@AndrienWhite2) April 5, 2016